KCGS official 2020 Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Mac Powell ticket give-away contest

Contest Rules

The official KCGS, 2020, ticket give-away contest rules, for the Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mac Powell concert, located at the Kenda Drive-In Theater in Marshall, AR.

These are the contest rules for the 2020, Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mac Powell Concert Call In Ticket Give-way Contest. These rules are to be paired with the KCGS Official Contest Rules where applicable.

The Prize is (1) one Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mac Powell concert ticket, worth $175, plus tax. This ticket is a Gold Parking admittance ticket which allows one car of six occupants to attend the September 23, 2020, appearance of Toby Mac at the Kenda Drive-in Theater, located in Marshall, Arkansas. All admission restrictions placed upon the holders of the ticket apply as specified on the ticket.

To qualify, the contest entrant must be listening when the live announcer specifies when and which caller in a series of call-ins will be chosen.  For example, if the announcer states that the “fifth caller to call the station will win the ticket,” from that moment until the fifth caller does call in, the contest will remain open. Once the winner is chosen, the contest is closed. 

Employees of KCGS are not eligible. Employees are defined as those individuals who are paid for their services to the station. 

KCGS Radio, their affiliates and their respective employees, and any other participating sponsor disclaim any responsibility for the inability to make or complete a registration due to equipment malfunction, acts of God, or otherwise.

Winners must grant KCGS permission to use his or her name in connection with this promotion, and the winner must waive claims of royalty, and right of remuneration for such use. Each winner must waive any and all claims of liability against KCGS, and their affiliates and their respective employees, and any participating sponsors for any personal injury or loss, which may occur from participation in this contest or from use of the prize.  

KCGS reserves the right to refuse awarding any prize to a person who is determined to have violated a rule as outlined above, gained unfair advantage in participating in the contest, or obtained a winner status using fraudulent means.  

Winner is responsible for any and all taxes associated with winning the prize. 

The station management, whose decision is final, will decide any questions concerning these rules and the administration of the contest.

The winner may be required to provide proof of identification, and the winner is responsible to make arrangements to receive the prize. These rules may be amended at any time by KCGS, without prior notice.